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The RED Code & Texas Updates

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Working the RED Code: Dante Rogers

The RED Code is our rule book for success at Kent Companies. Division 110 Patch Crew Lead Dante Rogers shared his perspective on leadership and teamwork on the job site.

Click here to download a digital copy of the RED Code.


Stay tuned for more RED Code videos coming soon. Contact us if you’re interested in sharing what the RED Code means to you.


Multi-Family Division – Galleria North

  • General Contractor: Andres Construction
  • General Superintendent: Angel Ramirez
  • Project Manager: Braz Williams

Check out this video coverage from the first elevated deck pour in early February. More video coverage from Galleria North is coming soon!


We’re telling your story.

During the week of March 11, our multi-media team is covering over ten different job sites in Austin and Dallas for the Multi-Family and Commercial Divisions. Stay tuned to the RED Feed and our social media channels for new video and photography releases.

Below are a few candid photos from Austin job site visits.


Kudos to Superintendent Carlos Flores on the Level UP for Safety Challenge

Carlos Flores won $250 as a wildcard winner in the Level UP for Safety Challenge. Carlos’ video had the most minutes viewed on Facebook and YouTube. Safety Manager Carson Greenlee awarded the prize.

American Subcontractors Association Honors Kent Companies with a National Excellence in Ethics Award

For the third year in a row, the National American Subcontractors Association recognized our team with an Excellence in Ethics award at the annual SUBExcel conference. The award is granted to contractors who demonstrate the highest level of integrity in safety, business operations, policies and employee engagement.

In case you missed it…

  1. Make it Happen Scholarships are due March 31st. If you have college-aged dependents in your family, click here to start an application.
  2. A Technology Committee is now forming to help evaluate technology needs and plan the next wave of new technology for our national team. Email Dave Schoonbeck if you’d like to be involved.